Broken Tear

Music – Deep Thoughts

Broken Tear

Some have no problems with causing a rift,
 Falling in love easily, then breaking with a split,
Leaving emotional debris scattered everywhere,
 Mind, body and soul are all victims of a broken tear,

Causing such internal torment is a hell of a sin!
 Yet to some, it‘s easy, and they walk away not fretting,
Casting aside the innocent of such misbehaviours,
 Left hopelessly picking up love-lost pieces of no flavour,

Loving someone demands such moral dedication,
 Once gone wrong, however, it deprives you of further motivation,
Inspiring unloved ones to become overly cynical,
 Of ever loving someone new, making them incredibly clinical,

Untrusting of potentially new romantically inclined hearts,
 Whom approach with genuine interest and a bright spark!
Are soon painfully brought into overbearing awareness,
 Of an unloved one’s mental anguish and mess!

Never is it easy picking up and recovering from the fall,
 And there is no denying that it is a long emotional haul!
Sadly love comes and goes for many unfortunate souls. It’s unfair,
 Yet actual, romantic deprivation is a common abusing stain to bear,

However, each new day brings with it new hopes, and as such,
 Chance, someone who can reach out with the right touch,
Happiness can come from not just the beautiful skies,
 But has been known to arrive from surprises,

True it is, that always ‘there is the possibility of a newly broken tear,
 Just as much choice for the heart again to become blissfully ensnared!

© Rory Matier 2018

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